grocery under Mystic Hall and was postmaster.
Frank Lincoln was his helper.
Mr. Pitcher never built, and only last year sold his land, from which a lot of concrete blocks have been made and on which is just now being erected a dwelling.
He very soon sold the store to Sawyer & Parmenter, who in December sold it to J. E. Ober, who in 1871 built his present residence and Mr. Mann his, the latter person being the first resident on that street.
In 1870 Simeon S. Leavitt had built, by J. H. Norton, the large mansard roof house (second from St. Raphael's Church), and in ‘71 Charles M. Barrett (then living on Warren street) had erected his house and stable on the adjoining lot. Deacon James Pierce of Medford was the builder, and it was doubtless the best constructed of any hereabout.
Only a memory now, as it has just been demolished to make way for a large apartment house.
In 1871, C. A. Folsom had erected on Harvard avenue, what was for a time called the New York house, a showy